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5-11 / 202
DUCKETT'S WSU CAREER
RS-FRESHMAN (2011): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 11 games, playing mainly on special teams...recorded a solo tackle against Idaho State...assisted on one tackle against UNLV...registered one solo tackle at Colorado...assisted on a tackle against No. 7 Stanford.
FRESHMAN (2010): Redshirt season.
DUCKETT'S HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Three-sport athlete played both offense and defense for head coach Joe Tenorio... also played basketball and baseball for the Jets...FRESHMAN year played quarterback and was named junior varsity squad's most valuable player...SOPHOMORE year started at safety for the varsity squad...JUNIOR year added running back to his resume, rushing 90 times for 595 yards and eight touchdowns...also caught 10 passes for 126 yards and four touchdowns...named first-team All-Bay Shore Athletic League at running back...defensively, recorded 69 tackles and eight pass break-ups as a part-time starter...led squad to the North Coast Section Division III title with a perfect 13-0 record...SENIOR year named first-team all-state (medium schools) at defensive back by CalHiSports.com...also garnered first-team All-East Bay (Contra Costa Times), San Francisco Chronicle All-Bay Area and first-team All-Bay Shore accolades in addition to second-team All-Northern California by GoldenStatePreps.com...recorded 67 tackles, five sacks, two interceptions, four forced fumbles and one fumble recovery on defense...rushed 97 times for 938 yards and 13 touchdowns on offense...team's captain and most valuable player led Encinal to the CIF North Coast Section Division III Finals...also participated in the Eastbay vs. Sacramento All-Star Game as a safety...member of the Contra Costa Times' Cream of the Crop (Bay Area Top 20)...three-star prospect according to Rivals.com...rated No. 110 at his position nationally by Scout.com.
Tyrone Duckett...born in Oakland, Calif...parents Tyrone Duckett, Sr. and Deesha Moore...one younger brother, Brandon...would like to pursue a degree in sports medicine at WSU.